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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta t TH! IEIHBRIDGE HERALD -Housewife's OTTAWA (CP) The strike of Constance Milks asviinst housework enlorcd i s tliinl clay today, no closer Saturday, Juno 6, 1970 Strike Enters resolution than tho postal dispute. Mis. Milks walked out Thursday when sons Join Day and Danny, 19, failed to wash the window's after much goading. The flash point may have been Wednesday, however, when her seven children disappeared when it camo time to do the dishes after "I cooked a beautifid supper for them." Mrs. Milks is separated. Besides John and Danny, the children are Joanne, 18. Sandra, 17, Diane, 15, Kate, 12, and Stefan, 5. "I got a rent rebate and me and the two young ones are going to eat out as long as the money Irakis up" Mrs. Milks said nltf It M tl f O I j, fcfflgj f i V -i f J? 1 1 I I MOTHER'S STRIKE Role P EDMONTON (CP) Ilospi- 1 als must become more and uore a general health centre or the community, says the lew president of the Canadian lospital Association. Dr. Gaston Hoderique said in an interview at tlie end of the association's three clay convention Friday delegates had nven a clear indication this is ho way hospitals must go in he future. "Hospitals will become more and more a health centre, extending their facilities to carry out preventive care measures, diagnostic procedures and some care to the DrummondviUe, Que., 'redictc mnging benefits to patients. The iiso of the number of jeds as a standard of the health care really is not valid, 10 said. Extension of hospital services and how best to ?d costs in the face of government limits on health budget1! were main topics at the meeting. More than delegates attended, represent i n g about Canadian hospitals. Govt. Ac Of igance9 mental to British Columbia, the white paper recommendations on taxation and the unpegging of the dollar without ccncern for its economic effects. He also deplored the rule changes restricting debate in P a r 1 i a ment, government at-tacks on the auditor-general and the establishment of Information Canada, which he called "manipulation Canada." Mr. Stanfield said, "there Is more and more arbitrary power and less and less consultation with the various parts of the country." He attacked the bill now before the House on the marketing of farm products, which he said gives the Cabinet and government boards arbitrary powers to regulate VANCOUVER Oppefi-ion Leader Hubert Slanfield old a press conference here Yiday that he is becoming "in-.reasingly concerned by t'ie ;ovejranent's arrogance its ack of consideration for, and onsultalion with, the people of he country." He said this tendency was nitting a heavy strain on na-ional unity and gave as an sample two decisions Recogiu By Majority i TAIPEI (Reuters) Officials of die Asian Anti-Communist League quoted former prime minister John Diefenbaker todav as saying most Canadians do riot favor recognizing Communist China. Diefenbaker arrived in Taipei Friday for a week-long visit as the guest of the Nationalist Chinese government to collect fii'sl-hand information on Taiwan for a report to the House of Commons. The 75-year-old former Conservative leader did not elaborate on the kind of information he was seeking. Diefenbaker called today on F o r m o s a n Defence Minister Huang Chieh and Ku Kheng Kang, president of tho Asian Anti-Communist League. League officials said he told Ku that "Canadians as a Vetoed Bays Dief are not in favor of recognition (of Before he leaves for Ottawa June 11, Diefenbaker will meet with President Clu'ang Kai-shek; Premier C. K. Yen; Vice-President Chiang Ching-kuo, eldest son of the president; Foreign Minister Wei Tao Ming; and Economics Minister Sun Yun Suan. He also will see economic development projects on Formosa as well as military installations. Asks Canada For Two Planes VANCOUVER (CPl The Sun says Peru asked Canada .oday to supply two Buffalo aircraft, which can take off and land using short airstrips, for earthquake relief work. In a stoiy from Lima, the newspaper quotes Canadian Ambassador Xavier Houde as saying: "The Peruvians think the Buffaloes mil be of enormous help because they don't have airstrips for other types of aircraft." Mr. Houde said he was awai-ing word from Ottawa on the request. He said the Peruvians are building a small airstrip near the ravaged city of Huaras, 300 miles north of Lima. The city of more than 5.0CO has been almost wiped out, Mr. Houde said. "It is just about impossible to get in there except by helicopter or parachute but those who have been in tell of the awful smell of the unburied dead." Mr. Houde and other Dn To Work Says NDI ClflLLIWACK, B.C. (CP) -Labor lawyer John Laxton, president of the British Columbia New Democratic Party, Friday night called for a Stoppage Chief management truce and for efforts by both to end the province's labor disputes. Mr. Laxton, from Vancouver, told delegates to the party convention at this Fraser Valley community that B.C. is headed for a "very, very bad if something is not done to get, labor and management out of the courts and into negotiations. Referring to developments in the towboat dispute, including the six month jail term for contempt of court imposec upon Capt. Arnie Davis of the Canadian Merchant Service Guild, Mr. Laxton said: "If something doesn't break soon there will be a labor-man agement explosion that w i 1 leave a scar on the province's economy for years to come. "Fundamental trade Whiplash hi juries Aid Found BANFF (CP) Development of movie x-rays has ilded recent reseaix-h into and cures for whiplash njuries to the neck, chiroprac-or B. J. WatHns said here. He told a meeting of chiropractors that many whiplash who develop chrome iroblems as a result have faul-v muscular action in their pinal column beneath the skull vlu'ch can be corrected. He said the nen'es in the ivea appear to be regulating aiusdes in reverse. Mr. Watktas said pressure to jerves in the buttocks, compli-ated pressure techniques to he back, and even a mere mst to the ear, have proved o be valuable, new methods for elieving 'Hie CHA's new president said the concept of the as a health care centre could lead to reduced costs, out only 'if the hospitals were able to discontinue some of the acute care treatment as they applied the money to the care of a greater number of out-jatients. Hospitals would have to educate the public to a new way of thinking, however, because any proposals to eliminate beds would have to be accompanied by definite proof that the extended services BIRD'S SECOND WASHINGTON (AP) -Lynda Bird Robb gave birth to her second daughter Friday, Hie fourth grandchild of former president and Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson. The baby weighed eight pounds 13 ounces. Vote On Alien Situation BERN (AP) The Swiss will vote this weekend on a proposal to curb "over-foreignization" by forcing some aliens out of this otherwise-hospitable country during the next four years. Whatever the outcome of the vote, Switzerland's tourist-poster image is likely to be up for retouching. Following a heated year-old debate, the all-male Won't Testify Secretly SAN FRANCISCO (AP) New York Times reporter Earl Caldwell has been held in contempt of court for refusing to testify secretly before a federal grand jury investigating the Black Panthers. Judge Alfonso J. Zirpoll of U.S. district court ruled Caldwell in contempt Friday, but allowed the black newspaper Project Turned prelude to the government's announcement week of a five-zone regional economic development project. CALGARY (CP) The Alberta Tourist Association isn't interested in a government plan for a joint promotion of industrial development and Idea K The association Is also generally opposed to reducing its present "12 zones to eight. Mr. Ratzlaff's proposal was ibout 600 chiropractors from >nada and the United to the polls to decide on the radical proposal in a referendum Sponsors of the today visited the port city of Chimbote, appeal. Caldwell's lawyers said For the first time in this province, trade unionists Ratzlaff, industry and tourism minister, presented E N E R AL narks the 75th anniversary of he profession's founding. George Ferguson, president rf the Canadian Chiropractic Association, said more public unds should be made available a teach chiropractics in it will avert disaster. The government has warned it will cause grave economic woes and political damage. Approval would mean compulsory departure for almost one-third of the foreigners now living in Switzerland alongside Swiss. Most of the aliens are workers and more than half are Italians. In several key branches of the Swiss industry they make up almost halt the 'total 'work He said it was a terrible sight. "At least half the residents are destitute. There Is no water, light nor work nothing. Rescuers have recovered 400 bodies by actual count but don't know how many more are file the appeal Monday. Caldwell, who works in The Times' San Francisco bureau, said he would testify publicly or by public deposition. The government has been trying since last March to get Caldwell to appear before a grand jury session. After Caldwell fought a subpoena, Zirpoli ruled April 3 that Caldwell must appeaf but could not be forced to disclose "confidential associations" unless the government could prove that "compelling and overriding national interest" required such disclosure. A new grand jury was seated recently and a new subpoena was issued requiring his appeaf-ance last Wednesday. When Caldwell again refused, the judge ordered him Thursday to appear immediately and set the contempt hearing when he failed to do ordered by the courts on pain of contempt proceedings fines and jail terms if they refuse, to cross picket lines an( handle hot goods. "Although most labor leaders and some progressive mem bers of management doinj their utmost to prevent it hap. pening, we seem to be drifting into an unplanned and unin tended gentral work stoppage because the rank and file members have simply hai enough bullying and harass ment establish an eight-zone project, with a full-time officer, to sell Alberta's industrial and tourist attractions. The tourist association, while not entirely opposed to the idea, rejected it for a number of reasons. The main one, said Ken Noble, Calgary manager of the association, is tlie feeling that a full-time officer would be' unable to divide his attention between industry and tourism. "We think in five years, tourism will be the No. 1 industry in Alberta, perhaps in Canada, so we want to avoid any project which could dilute our promotional efforts." Initially, Mr. Noble said, the association w a s "quite in agreement" with the minister's proposal. "But on looking into the mechanics, the idea became a little too AND 75 ABOVE 19-00 U ZERO AT NOON SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET Lethbridgc 80 56 Medicine Hat 83 CO Pincher Creek 76 51 Calgary 79 52 Edmonton 77 -B Banff 80 42 Peace River 70 REPORT as high as 70 this afternoon. A weak disturbance in the border stales will cause scattered lliundershowers in the extreme southern portions. A disturbance from the Territories will give the northeastern regioins cloudy skies and showers tcday. A n o t h er disturbance from British Columbia will give almost the entire forecast region scattered showers on Sunday with scattered thunder-showers in central and southern Alberta. FORECASTS Lethbi-idgc, Medicine 11 a t Cloudy shies with scattered thuni ershowcrs today and Sunday, Continuing warm. Light "winds. Low-high Lethbridgc 55-80; Medicine Hal 60-80. BaLy Dies In Car Crash. PRINCE GKORGE, B.C. CP) David Vaale, the six-month-old son of David and Marion Vaale of Edmonton, was killed early Friday morn-ng when the family car was hit head-on by a stolen car 10 miles east of this central Bnt-sh Columbia city. Mrs. Vaale and her daughter Susan were slightly injured but released later today from hos-Mtal. Mr. Vaale and two other children were uninjured. Name of the driver of the second car, who was unhurt, was not Drowns In Attempt To Aid Brother MEDICINE HAT (CP) A Medicine Hat youth who drowned in the South Saskatchewan River Friday when he tried to save his brother was identified today as Maurice Normand, 19. He entered the fast moving waters to help his younger brother, Roger, who got into trouble trying to swim the river. Roger, 18, was saved by Brian Buckholz of Medicine Hat who swam out pushing a styrofoam picnic basket ahead of him but Maurice went under before Buckholz could return for him. Dragging operations were started today for the victim's Stabbed DUBLIN (Reuters) A retired Church of England Protestant minister was stabbed in a church here Friday night after conducting a service for .Ireland's Jews. Canon William Proctor, 67, was approached by a young man who drew a knife, stabbed the canon in an arm and shoulder and ran out of the Tax Suggested EDMONTON (CP) A pol lution tax on cards, newsprin and disposable containers is needed, a Calgary geologist says. Peter Fitzgerald-Moore, chief geologist at Shell Canada, said in a paper, released today, that funds raised through such tax-ex could be channelled into anti-pollution programs to compensate for the damage to the environment caused by cars, and the cost of disposing of newspapers and containers. His paper is to be presented to the western Liberal policy conference in Edmonton which starts Saturday. "All human activity produces some pollution and what we are seeking to do is minimize its harmful Mr. Fitzgerald-Moore said. "To this end a pollution tax should be introduced so that those who cause pollution either pay for its abatement or. where this is impracticable, for compensating 83 48 Prince George 74 47 Albert 83 47 North Battleford 81 58 Regina 84 Winnipeg 88 01 73 47 71 48 Gives Court His Reason COPENHAGEN (Reuters) A 28-year-old Polish hijacker who forced a state airliner to fly hera Friday told a court today he was on the Polish black list for insulting Russia. Zbigniew Innanicki, a butch-cer's assistant, pleaded innocent to three charges in connection with the hijacking. He faces prison terms of up to six years cm changes of threatening the life of a stewardess, endangering public transportation and depriving the crew and passengers of their freedom, luuanicki forced an Antonov-24 of the Polish national airline LOT with 22 passengers aboard to fly to Copenhagen by holding a hand grenade at the pilot's throat. He was overpowered and disarmed by police after the plane landed here. He told the court today he was on the security police black list because he insulted the Russian language and nation two vcars ago. He said he had planned the flight since 1968 and considered himself a politica refugee, luuanicki denied he intended to blow up the plane, originally heading in an internal flight for Gdansk on the Baltic from Sczeczin in northwest Poland. He was remanded in custody for 15 Not Voluntary For Labor CHILLIWACK, B.C. (CP) -T. C. Douglas, New Democratic Party leader, said Friday that wage limitations proposed by Finance Minister Edgar Benson 'are unfair to unions. "I see it as an attempt to get labor to accept these controls which will be binding on them but which will not be binding on the business Air. Douglas said. He said in an interview while attending the British Columbia NDP convention in this Fraser Valley community that guidelines are not voluntary for labor because unions sign collective agreements which are legal and binding. Business could agree to keep down prices but then could ga ahead and increase them any-wav. "You can't, expect labor to sign an agreement that holds it to six per cent a year if other groups are giving only verbal 55 56 Charloltetown 61 41 St. John's, Md. 31 Chicago 60 52 IS 63 JAKARTA (Reuters) very warm today. Sunny on Sund'ay morning, becoming cloudy with a few showers and isolated thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening. Winds light becoming southerly 15 Sunday afternoon. Low tonight and high Sunday at Cranbrook, 50 and 85; Castlegar, 60 and 80. York 69 63 Los Angeles 71 62 SYNOPSIS A weak ridge of ligh pressure will give most of the forecast regions sunny skies and warm temperatures today with the southern regions HALE OPTICAL t SJffd JCOMPANY LTD Gary Marl'n Dispensing Optician 307 6lh St. S. president Sukarno of Indonesia spent Ms 69th birthday quietly under military confinement "here today. Sukarno was Indonesia president from its post-war struggle for independence from Holland until he was deposed following an unsuccessful Communist coup in 1970 WILDERNESS OUTWARD WEEKS OF OUTDOOR EXCITEMENT AND ADVENTURE! AGAIN THIS SUMMER, here's an active true-life adventure program for youths between the nges of 14 and 20. It's designed to develop both mental and physical fitnesi and bring out firm leadership capabilities in tlios! attending. Courses Bra limited to 20 each, (or 2-weeks of rugged outdoor living mountaineering, rescue training nnd orienteering under qualified supervision. Rigorous training includes wilderness familiarization and survival skills. Deadline for acceptance of applications, June 17, Business organizations and icrvice clubs are encouraged to sponsor applicants, for details Courses tfOffifo Fin65t Steei Farm Buildings Ever Mods THE SEHLEN CURVET No bufldfng of equal qualify 113' If1 can match the low cost of Ef ridged iteel panels bol( to- J gelher quickly In o rugged, woafhcr light shell. Clear from 26' lo a spacious 68'. Park tlie biggest machinery Council Meets July 30 KDMONTON (CP) The next meeting of the Prairie Economic Council has been scheduled here July SO. Premier Harry Strom said Friday. The council, made up of the premiers of Manitoba, Saskatchewan anii A'bcrta, meets about twice a year ID discuss wide-ranging topics of common an ideal auditorium, eiz. Seil va ue today in steel buildings. We do NOT HIGH PRESSURE sell, BEWARE OF SALESMEN TEAMS you do not KNOW. refund deposits up to owners of iteel buildings pure losed from us. NO OBLIGATION. Many designs and of alee! buildings Convex, Flattop, Slraightwall, e c. U you can afford lo build you can afford "Be Men'' WRITE OR PHONE TODAY GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE Charge Follows Fire In RC Clmrcli RED DEER (CP) John Lawlor, 23, Friday was charged with six counts of arson dating from April 21 to June 5. Lawlor, an unemployed la-, borer, appeared in court and was remanded in custody until next Friday. He was arrested about a block away from a fire that caused an estimated damage to Ihc Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church early Friday, AS AT COURTES All highways In the Lcth-bridge district are bare and id good driving condition. Highway 1 Trans Canada Highway. Calgary to Banff is tlition. Banff to Revelsloke is bare nnd in good condition. Motroists are advised to watcli for fallen rock. The PORTS OF ENTRY (Open 21 hours; Carway 5 a.m. to 11 to 9 p.m. Del lionita 7 a.m. to to 5 p.m.; Kingsgatc, B.C., 2-1 to midnight; Iffw Pass, A.M. TODAY V OF AMA Banff-Radium and Banff-Jasper highways are bare and in good condition. Creston Salnio highway is bare and in good condition. Motorists are asked to watch for fallen rock, deer and caribou. Snow tires or chains arc no longer required when travelling in any mountain area, ng and Closing Coutta .m. MST, Chief Mountain fi a.m. 8 p.m.; Kowoville, B.C., n a.m. hours; Porlhill-Iiykcrls 8 a.m. 1, WATCHERS. MEETS EVERY TUESDAY I p.m. and p.m. El PANCHO MOTOR HOTEL MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Trust only the original Weight Watchers (TM) to warch your weight. Hundreds of thousand1! hava done It successfully. You can, tool REGISTRATION MEETING MEN WOMEN TEENAGERS For Furihur Information Call Willmore Outward Bound Program Wilderness Recreation Branch Alberta Department of Youth July 18- Aug. 1 onl) CN Tower, EDMONTON Aug. 8-Aug. 2? Phono: ;